.41 Caliber Lever Action Navy Pistol manufactured by the Volcanic Repeating Arms Co., in 1856-1857. The Volcanic Repeating Arms Co., made an estimated 1500 Navy pistols with 8-inch barrels between 1855 and 1857
Rare Factory Engraved Volcanic Lever Action No.1 Pocket Pistol. Lever action Navy pistols with an eight inch barrel manufactured by the Volcanic Repeating Arms Co., circa 1856. This pistol was manufactured before Oliver Winchester acquired the majority of the Volcanic Repeating Arms Co. stock and reorganized it as the New Haven Arms Co., in 1857.
AMERICAN KETLAND FLINTLOCK PISTOL CA.1790 Marked Ketland on left side of breech, London on the right, this turn-off pocket pistol is chambered in .44" caliber. Cannon-shaped stepped barrel is 4" long, pistol is 9.5" long overall. Breech is Proved and Viewed, breech and barrel are numbered 1.
A very scarce miniature matchlock pistol, dating: circa 1600 provenance: London Smooth, octagonal barrel, worked in one piece with the stock. Hammer, spring, trigger and pan cover all made of iron. Brass ramrod under the barrel. Functioning.The pistol was found in the river Thames, it was restored by Howard Blackmore, Master of the Armouries at the Tower of London.
Rare and unusual German four shot reform bar pistol. A double action pistol, pulling the trigger fired the gun but also moved the barrels upward, centering a loaded chamber in front of the hammer. Made between 1906 and 1913.
A Presentation Model 1862 Police and Pocket Navy Conversion Revolver . Circa 1873-1880; serial number 23773E Owner: scout Captain Cyrus McNeeley Scott Inscribed: C.M. Scott Manufacturer: Colt's Patent Fire Arms Manufacturing Company Engraver: Louis D. Nimschke, "This Gun has a TIFFANY Co. grip" .
Serial #: 2751 Manufacturer: Griswold & Gunnison Model:1851 Type: Revolver Gauge: 36 percussion Barrel Length: 7 1/2 part octagon Finish:brass/blue Grip:walnut Description: This is an original example of a Confederate Model 1851 Navy type percussion revolver that was manufactured by Samuel Griswold in Griswoldville, Georgia, in May, 1864. Griswold was the largest Confederate manufacturer of handguns and produced approximately 3700 percussion revolvers between 1862 and 1864…
OTTOMAN SILVER-MOUNTED FLINTLOCK RIFLE, TURKEY, DATED A.H. 1212/ A.D. 1797-8 The slender barrel of cast steel with gold gilt palmettes at each end of the barrel, silver engravings comprising floral motifs secured to the whole of the rifle, predominantly at the stock and butt, with a engraved silver sighting plate, gold overlay and coral at the trigger.
The Appalachian mountaineers first attracted national attention during the Civil War. Their primitive agriculture disrupted by foragers and incessant guerrilla warfare, thousands of them straggled out of the mountains in search of food and shelter. Their
Remington model 1890, single action revolver, .44-40 caliber, 7-1/2” barrel, nickel finish, hard rubber grips both show a small repair on the heal., serial number “934”. With only 2,020 of these revolvers produced by Remington between 1891 and 1896